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THE HERALD FRIDAY JANUARY 13 2017


PEMBROKESHIRE is well


known for its scenic and sprawling countryside; few counties come close to boasting such a natural environment. With that being said, there is surprisingly little utilisation of this idyllic setting when it comes to leisure facilities. This is, of course, where Haverfordwest Golf Club comes in to play. Situated just a mile outside Haverfordwest on Narbeth Road, a historic medieval town by its own accord, Haverfordwest Golf Club boasts exceptional surroundings. The Preseli Mountains and picturesque castles of Haverfordwest and Roch can all be taken in with awe whilst strolling around its 18-hole parkland golf course. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park footpath is a mere six miles away, to add to this setting further. For those travelling from afar, Haverfordwest Golf Club is neatly positioned, being some 50 miles west of Swansea, 20 miles north of Tenby, and a relaxed 10 mile journey from a ferry terminal to Ireland. First established over a hundred


years ago in 1904 – although not where it currently stands –


Haverfordwest Golf Club describes itself as a ‘Pembrokeshire Golf Club with something for everyone’. And given that it has recently opted to open its doors to all, members and non-members alike, it would certainly seem that this statement holds true – and not just for those wanting to play a few holes of golf, but also for those wanting to visit, or indulge, in its welcoming, high-quality bar and ‘19th Hole Restaurant’ found within its Clubhouse. Offering everything from light


snacks to full restaurant meals and, of course, Sunday lunch - which is served from 12pm and offers a choice of one to three courses - this restaurant offers something for everyone and looks to cater to all preferences. With an emphasis on sourcing local produce wherever possible, there is also dedicated menus for both vegetarians and children available. It is also worth noting that


breakfast, lunch and dinner options are offered, as well as themed dinner nights including ‘Steak Night’, ‘Curry Night’ and ‘Fish and Chips Night’. The ‘Favourites’ menu is likely a good place to start for those wanting


Sprawling countryside: Haverfordwest Golf Club offers an 18-hole parkland course


a more traditionally tantalising meal, with breaded wholetail scampi, chicken curry and homemade chilli con carne being just a few particular highlights. There is also a wide range of ‘summer specials’, which feature various burritos and salads. For those looking to find a


venue for a function or event, be it a formal sit-down dinner party or a


more relaxed, buffet style option, Haverfordwest Golf Club is also available to book as a venue for all kinds of occasions, whether that be for a birthday party, wedding reception, or any other kind of event. As a guideline, capacities range from around 80 for a sit-down do to 120 for a buffet. While Haverfordwest Golf Club


is openly welcoming non-members, for those looking to take up golf more regularly, or perhaps become more actively involved in it, there is still a membership scheme available - one which boasts highly competitive subscription rates. For instance, those aged 16-18


can purchase a yearly membership lasting from April 1, 2017 – March


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Wishing continued success To Haverfordwest Golf Club


Address: Norton Yard, Lampeter Velfrey, Narberth, Dyfed, SA67 8UL Phone: 01834 831653


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